Sea Pennies – February Project!

Denver’s got so many TALENTED people milling around and we’re so darn lucky to know them!

One of those people is Kelli Petersen of Bitter o’Clock!
Bitter o’Clock is a rockin’ crochet outfit that makes the best hats out there. And Kelli is a crochet maven! She is a speedy craftin’ mama and she’s the first person we thought of when we decided to do a crochet project for Denver Craft Ninjas!

Kelli has helped us to come up with a great SIMPLE project that will give newbies a chance to learn some of the basics of crochet.
Hopefully, Ninjas will walk away with the fundamentals and a new project to keep working on throughout the winter.

The project is a SEA PENNY and will give you the tools to create several little round crocheted pieces that can ultimately connect to make a scarf or, if you’re ambitious, an afghan!

You’ll learn how to hold a crochet hook and learn how to do slip stitches, slip knots, chains, double crochet, whip stitches, and how to weave in your ends.

And with the skills you’ll gain in this project, you’ll be ready to move on and crochet a hat!

The cost for this project is $12! 
We’ll provide your own size J crochet hook, yarn, a needle for connecting your sea pennies, and instruction.

We’re using a new registration system to streamline our project sign-up! There are 30 spots for this project!

This project is taking place on February 26th and, as usual, we’ll be at Three Kings Tavern from 1-5 PM!
Please remember to bring something tasty to nibble upon and some dough for cocktails or sodas!

If you have ANY questions, please contact us at

Let’s crochet, NINJAS!

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  1. Pingback: I may not be crafty but I sure want to be a Ninja. | The Denver Omelette

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